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COMPUTATION OF FLOW AROUND A SHIP USING A SURFACE INTERPOLATED FROM STATION LINES
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COMPUTATION OF FLOW AROUND A SHIP USING A SURFACE INTERPOLATED FROM STATION LINES
Kim, Hyun-Sik; Shin, Sangmook;
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 Abstract
Flow field around the KRISO 3600TEU container ship is computed using a surface generated based on interpolations of station lines, which are given in a body plan of the ship, without using any CAD program. An interpolation method is suggested based on inscribed circles to generate curves between two neighboring station lines. The interpolated surface is saved in a STL format to use the snappyHexMesh utility of the openfoam. Computed resistance of the ship is compared with experimental and other computational results and the effects of the interpolation of neighboring station lines on the computed resistance are investigated. The suggested method is applied to calculate the flow field around a submarine with appendages. The surface triangulations for the hull and the appendages are generated without consideration of each other, then those surface triangulations are simply combined to provide a grid generator with the body boundary. The junctures of the hull and the appendages are identified automatically during the grid generation procedure. Tip vortex is captured, which travels downstream from the tip of the appendages.
 Keywords
Body Plan;Station Line;Ship Resistance;Appendage;Stereo-lithography format;
 Language
Korean
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